Fanny P. Lewis Park Fund
HISTORIC BUILDINGS TO BE RAZED
On Monday, it will be two years since I have worked in Watertown and here are some things I have noticed:
Christmas decorationsA while back I wrote about the need for our community to purchase some new Christmas decorations for the downtown as anot…
Call me No. 245.
Alfred Krahn AwardNominations are now being accepted for the annual Alfred & Helen Krahn Citizenship Award.
There are certain lessons that stick with you from childhood, lessons you never forgot.
Ice is out on riverThe ice is officially out on the Rock River in Watertown! That pronouncement this week is a sure sign that spring is indeed here.
Sometimes, you have to conquer spring, just like winter conquered you.
Cuckoo chirping again
Autographed baseballA few weeks ago I wrote about some local recollections of baseball great Hank Aaron. One of them was a large photo I had a…
I promise I will never make fun of pampered Hollywood prima donnas again.
I reached into my drawer and pulled out my new gold sweater, at least I thought I did.
It’s safe to say that if were left to my own cooking, one of two things would happen. I would either starve to death or become morbidly obese.
Another Hank Aaron storyLast week I wrote about Hank Aaron’s last hit ever as a major league ballplayer and also how I managed to be at the ri…
I picked up the Reader’s Digest and looked around to make sure no one was looking.
JUNEAU — Not only will the “Thin Blue Line” flag fly in Dodge County, it will be on the uniform of the Dodge County sheriff and in every squad car.
JUNEAU — Over the last couple of years, the “Thin Blue Line” flag has become very popular. For those of you who are not aware, the “Thin Blue …